Two former security employees at the Neiman Marcus department store in Northbrook who were fired last year for engaging in sex at work filed a lawsuit Tuesday alleging they were illegally videotaped.
Steven Chalem and Veronica Miranda, identified in the lawsuit as residents of Evanston, allege they were secretly videotaped by a manager while employed as loss prevention investigators at the store in 2007. They describe themselves as "close friends" who worked together for several years.
The suit, filed in Cook County Circuit Court, alleges that the manager installed a hidden camera in the office and began recording them and other employees. Chalem and Miranda were fired last October "for engaging in sexual activity with each other in the loss prevention office" on two separate occasions, the suit said.
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